The LRSAM, MRSAM, and BARAK-8 systems cover a wide range of operational requirements, from long-range to medium and short-range air defense capabilities, specifically designed for the Indian Navy.

Equipped with advanced active radar seekers, these missiles autonomously detect, track, and engage targets with high precision.

These systems are designed for both air defense and missile defense roles, providing protection against a variety of aerial threats, including aircraft, helicopters, UAVs, and incoming missiles.

The LRSAM, MRSAM, and BARAK-8 missiles can be launched vertically from naval vessels, providing 360-degree coverage and rapid engagement capabilities.

These systems can operate effectively in all weather conditions, ensuring continuous protection against aerial threats.

The LRSAM and BARAK-8 variants are capable of engaging sea-skimming anti-ship missiles, providing naval vessels with enhanced defense capabilities against anti-ship threats.

The modular design of these systems allows for easy integration onto various platforms, including naval vessels, ground-based launchers, and mobile air defense systems.

Integrated with modern command and control systems, these missile systems offer network-centric warfare capabilities, allowing for seamless coordination and engagement of multiple threats.

With their advanced guidance systems and powerful warheads, the LRSAM, MRSAM, and BARAK-8 missiles deliver high lethality against a wide range of targets.

India has procured Barak 8 missiles worth $5 billion, deploying them across its Air Force, Navy, and Army. The missile system is currently in active service aboard the Indian Navy’s Kolkata-class and Visakhapatnam-class destroyers, as well as on INS Vikramaditya, INS Vikrant, and Nilgiri-class frigates.